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    Szép jó napot mindenkinek! Hello fellow Totallympians, this is Hungary calling! These are the results of the votes of the Hungarian National Jury: ARGENTINA 10 SWEDEN 9 CROATIA 8 ALGERIA 7 AUSTRALIA 6 CHILE 5 LITHUANIA 4 DENMARK 3 NETHERLANDS 2 FINLAND 1
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    ANTARCTICA Voting Position 40  TEAM DE FOREST
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    in 1964, 3 different venues were used for the Equestrian competitions: - Karuizawa (Chiba Prefecture) hosted the 3-Day event - the Equestrian Park in Setagaya-ku* (Tokyo) hosted the Dressage competitions - the National (Olympic) Stadium in Shinjuku-ku* (Tokyo) hosted the Show Jumping events * -ku basically means "block"... for more details, check the IOC Tokyo 1964 Official Reports #1 (page 115 and following) and #2 (page 577 and following)... https://digital.la84.org/digital/collection/p17103coll8
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    receive Mr. Trump scolarships. Congratulations!
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    @hckosice chooses a cock and Finland goes into team of dick
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    You mean you don't want to be on Team Kensington 2 next time?
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    People telling here that they can speak 10 languages while you cannot remember how to put accents in French congrats to all of you!
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    Having nothing to do this evening...TISC votes send already yesterday so I´m watching some weird videos and in some nostalgia, I am rewatching the last moments of Czechoslovakian sport. 17th November 1993, Bruxelles Last round of the FIFA 1994 USA World Cup Qualification, Belgium was hosting a team of a already non-existing country a so-called team "Representation of Czechs and Slovaks" this was the name under which this team was allowed to play the 1994 WC qualifier, and if they would have won in Belgium this match they would have qualified to USA 1 and half year after the end of Czechoslovakia lol. This was the official match number 499 of Czechoslovakian Football history. one goal and the history would be rewritten by a team playing the world cup despite the country they represented did not existed. Bratislava May 1992, Ice Hockey World Championships hosted by a country which was existing for the very last year in Czechoslovakia The Most emotional match. Bronze Medal Game. Czechoslovakia - Switzerland 5-2 A last historical joint medal and a lot of tears and sadness... and + a special bonus and one of the unforgettable memorable moments of the last historic mega derby "czechoslovak el classico" Slavia Prague-Sparta Prague in the last historic Czechoslovakia Football league season played under incredible weather conditions, the highlight from 0:47
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    Italy, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Hungary do a combinate training in Predazzo, Italy @hckosice
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    Haha, I can´t remember any, there obviously some words having different meaning, but nothing outragoeus for example Vedro is in SVK (Bucket) in CZE (Heat) or Topit is in SVK (drown) in CZE (stoke the fire) I know we have such problematic words mainly with other slavic countries with Poland is the most funny word Šukať/Szukat in POL it means (searching) in SVK/CZE it means doing...well,, (Fucking) I remember once when I was young and camping with my dad, we had a family of tourists from in a tent next to us screaming the whole night, Szukaj ! Szukaj ! , I almost was pissing my pants how much I laughed that night, the next morning we learned that they were just looking for some lost watches Also as I wrote it here somewhere a couple of weeks ago in you ask for cold drink "Hladna piča" but don´t say it in CZE/SVK because it means "you hungry cunt"
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    Thank you guys for all answers ! It´s always great to learn about things from different cultures and habits, I would never have had the chance to learn otherwise
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    Oh great, Kuzmina's retirement from the relays can be dealt with pretty alright then.
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    But going all "They kicked out shooting to mess with India!" sounds like a big overestimation of how important those other nations find India. Like, if they kick speed skating out of the Olympics I'm really not going to presume the Netherlands is so important they do it to mess with us
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    Things randomly go missing in TISC... headers, latewoodu, Slovakia....
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    Apparently the odds of Dizzy Mizz Lizzy still being empty at this point were like 3%. Or 0%, if the team is indeed sponsored by Mr. Trump.
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    Ok, Another looongtime dream just fullfiled from my list
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    Latewoodu behind a turtle, so appropriate
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    Finland and Slovakia seem to have fixed the draw, you give me cock I'll give you my dick
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    @hckosice in the dick team.... no words
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    SLOVAKIA Voting Position 20  TEAM DICKOW
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    Cock matched with Dickow.... boy, @hckosice really outdone himself :P
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    CROATIA Voting Position 01  TEAM JØRGENSEN
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    I can help updating the table when dcro leaves.
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    Interesting. Going by the rules, it is possible even for the host nation to get disqualified. So next year we could indeed have history written, if (when) @heywoodu fails to send votes before everyone else.
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    Meaning the host will vote just about when the rest of us are supposed to
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    I'll have my votes done in the next couple of hours.
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    As someone learning Spanish, this video if very funny. Especially the last 5 minutes. How true is this @LDOG @konig @Manulete @mrv86 @Jur @Cobi?
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    Why? There are two stories behind my username. Firstly, the inspiration for my username comes from a Danish comic strip named WuMo. It's a abbreviation of the surnames of the two men behind the comic strip, comedian, Mikael Wulff, and illustrator, Anders Morgenthaler. Their daily comic strip is posted here in English: https://www.gocomics.com/wumo/2019/10/05. It's mostly dark humour. Maybe you like these two: http://wumo.com/wumo/2017/11/04 http://wumo.com/wumo/2018/07/13 Secondly, I watched a lot of sumo wrestling on Eurosport when I was younger. It was so cool! When I wanted to create an account for Youtube the name Sumo was already taken, so my younger self thought, what rhymes with Sumo and then Wumo came up. I used to have the username, Mushroom5690. I have always liked Toad from Super Mario and he was a mushroom so it made sense. 5690 is the postal code for the town where I was born. However many people thought that mushroom referred to "magic mushrooms". I dropped it after that.
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    I do. At the moment I try to learn Chinese, or more specific, Mandarin. The course I have spend most time doing is Dutch. I also do courses in Spanish, French and Hungarian. Some other languages I consider begin learning are Russian and Polish.
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    Spanish and Portuguese are very similar languages. Particularly, for me it's pretty easy to understand and read Spanish. I believe that it's the same for Spanish speakers. Right @LDOG? But, of course, those languages are different and when we try to speak in Spanish, usually, we talk "Portunhol". A mix between Spanish and Portuguese Another curiosity is the different accent between Brazilian Portuguese and the Portuguese from Portugal or Angola... Sometimes I prefer to watch videos in Spanish than in Portuguese from Portugal, because it's easier to understand.
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    Burkina Faso are interested in hosting the 2027 African Games.
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    Regarding his "English knowledge", it's gonna be fun
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    I'm doing other things at the same time and will go for a run in an hour or so, but I'm standby for helping the rest of the time.
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    Wouldn't that open a tiny possibility of Canada failing to qualify for the Worlds? I don't think WCF can survive that.
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    Yes Friday, October 18th 22:00 National Jury Voting Window Closed
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    and beside the main circuit, there's also a secondary tour, made of the socalled Satellite Tournaments... basically, those events have a second tier starting field and sometimes are used by a few top tier fencers only as a warm-up for the upcoming World Cup circuit... but, since they still give a few points for the World ranking away, which might prove decisive for the Individual Olympic Qualification (especially in those Continents where the top fencers almost never reach the top placings in the World Cup events), I decided to post also the Schedule of this second tier Circuit (and the winner of the tournaments already completed)... 2019 FIE Satellite Circuit Schedule Competition Type Location Date Weapon Gender Scheduled Events Winner* Satellite Belgrade (SRB) 01/09/2019 Epee Women Individual Abdulaziz Alshatti (KUW) Satellite Belgrade (SRB) 01/09/2019 Epee Men Individual Anna Kun (HUN) Satellite Tashkent (UZB) 05/09/2019 Foil Men Individual Martino Minuto (TUR) Satellite Tashkent (UZB) 06/09/2019 Foil Women Individual Marta Martyanova (RUS) Satellite Tashkent (UZB) 07/09/2019 Epee Women Individual Maia Guchmazova (GEO) Satellite Amsterdam (NED) 07/09/2019 Foil Men Individual Martino Minuto (TUR) Satellite Tashkent (UZB) 08/09/2019 Epee Men Individual Fayzulla Alimov (UZB) Satellite Amsterdam (NED) 08/09/2019 Sabre Men Individual Siarhei Kisel (BLR) Satellite Amsterdam (NED) 08/09/2019 Foil Women Individual Maia Mei Wentraub (USA) Satellite Bratislava (SVK) 14/09/2019 Foil Men Individual Martino Minuto (TUR) Satellite Bratislava (SVK) 14/09/2019 Foil Women Individual Dora Lupkovics (HUN) Satellite Bratislava (SVK) 15/09/2019 Epee Women Individual Dorina Budai (HUN) Satellite Bucarest (ROU) 21/09/2019 Foil Men Individual Martino Minuto (TUR) Satellite Plovdiv (BUL) 21/09/2019 Sabre Men Individual Sandro Bazadze (GEO) Satellite Stockholm (SWE) 21/09/2019 Epee Men Individual Sten Priinits (EST) Satellite Bucarest (ROU) 22/09/2019 Foil Women Individual Fanny Kreiss (HUN) Satellite Plovdiv (BUL) 22/09/2019 Sabre Women Individual Lika Jijieishvili (GEO) Satellite Stockholm (SWE) 22/09/2019 Epee Women Individual Erika Kirpu (EST) Satellite Turku (FIN) 28/09/2019 Epee Women Individual Erika Kirpu (EST) Satellite Turku (FIN) 28/09/2019 Epee Men Individual Patrick Jorgensen (DEN) Satellite Gand (BEL) 29/09/2019 Sabre Women Individual Anna Bashta (AZE) Satellite Gand (BEL) 29/09/2019 Sabre Men Individual Edern Annic (FRA) Satellite Mexico City (MEX) 29/09/2019 Foil Women Individual Maia Mei Wentraub (USA) Satellite Mexico City (MEX) 29/09/2019 Foil Men Individual Maximilien Van Haaster (CAN) Satellite Copenhagen(DEN) 05/10/2019 Foil Men Individual Carlos Llavador (ESP) Satellite Geneva (SUI) 05/10/2019 Epee Men Individual Federico Vismara (ITA) Satellite Oslo (NOR) 05/10/2019 Epee Men Individual Anatolii Herey (UKR) Satellite Reykjavik (ISL) 05/10/2019 Sabre Women Individual Maia Chamberlain (USA) Satellite Copenhagen(DEN) 06/10/2019 Foil Women Individual Amita Berthier (SGP) Satellite Geneva (SUI) 06/10/2019 Epee Women Individual Pauline Brunner (SUI) Satellite Oslo (NOR) 06/10/2019 Epee Women Individual Anfisa Pochkalova (UKR) Satellite Reykjavik (ISL) 06/10/2019 Sabre Men Individual Jakub Ocinski (POL) Satellite Split (CRO) 12/10/2019 Epee Women Individual Nelli Differt (EST) Satellite Split (CRO) 13/10/2019 Epee Men Individual Sergey Bida (RUS) Satellite Antalya (TUR) 19/10/2019 Foil Women Individual Irem Karamete (TUR) Satellite San Josè (CRC) 19/10/2019 Epee Women Individual Haruna Baba (JPN) Satellite Zagreb (CRO) 19/10/2019 Foil Men Individual Daniel Dosa (HUN) Satellite Antalya (TUR) 20/10/2019 Sabre Women Individual Anna Bashta (AZE) Satellite San Josè (CRC) 20/10/2019 Epee Men Individual Dylan French (CAN) Satellite Maalot (ISR) 26/10/2019 Epee Women Individual Nicole Feigin (ISR) Satellite Barcelona (ESP) 26/10/2019 Foil Women Individual Aida Mohamed (HUN) Satellite Barcelona (ESP) 26/10/2019 Foil Men Individual Carlos Llavador (ESP) Satellite Dublin (IRL) 26/10/2019 Epee Men Individual Tristan Tulen (NED) Satellite Tbilisi (GEO) 27/10/2019 Sabre Women Individual Anna Bashta (AZE) Satellite Tbilisi (GEO) 27/10/2019 Sabre Men Individual Sandro Bazadze (GEO) * The Winner of each Satellite Tournament gets 4 Points in the World Ranking; the Runner-up 3; the losing Semifinalists 2; the losers in the Quarterfinals 1 LIGHT BLUE = Epee Tournaments LIGHT YELLOW = Foil Tournaments LIGHT GREEN = Sabre Tournaments Full Results can be found on the FIE Official Website, www.fie.org
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    Junior world champion in skicross Mikayla Martin passed away at the age of 22 after having an accident on a mountain bike. RIP
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    Robin Haase being Robin Haase today in Sibiu (background).

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